When you need the special skills of a private eye in Downtown Manhattan, contact North American Investigations pronto. Our investigators are experienced in working in the shadows, and are trained to record precise information at your convenience. With our help, getting to the truth is simplified. We understand that some situations need our expertise, so just give us a call whenever you’re ready.
North American Investigations Is Ready to Help
No matter what kind of suspicious activity is shrouding you, North American Investigations has the solution. We have services that can protect you in both the physical and virtual world. With our experts watching your back, searching for the answers will be easy. What’s more, our services are able to tackle issues that are at the local, national, or international scale.
- Missing person(s) investigations
- Child custody investigations
- Fraud investigations
- Background checks
We can help corporations and businesses of all kinds, law firms, insurance companies, and citizens who are in need of a private eye.
Contact North American Investigations
Hiring any of our services will grant you a one-on-one consultation with our Chief Investigator, Darrin Giglio. This non-obligatory, no cost meeting will help you understand our investigation process – assuring you that our professionals are people you can trust. Leave us a message and we’ll be ready to serve you.
About Downtown Manhattan
Downtown Manhattan (a.k.a. Lower Manhattan) is New York City’s central borough for business, culture, and government. Though its scenery is dominated by lofty buildings, Downtown Manhattan is still able to intricately insert historical landmarks and parks in the area. These points of interest include the Castle Garden, Washington Square Park, and the National Museum of the American Indian.
The population of Downtown Manhattan unexpectedly boomed during 2010s. About 1,086 babies were born, which was 12% greater than 2009 and twice the number born in 2001. And by 2014, the population grew around 43,000, doubling the census that was recorded during the 2000s.